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    • Bubble Bath

      Basic Bubble Bath

      1 quart water
      1 bar castille soap, shredded
      2 oz. Glycerin
      3 drops essential oil, your choice

      Blend Castille soap and water until liquid, add in glycerin and essential oils of your choice
      Comments 5 Comments
      1. JenaBoo's Avatar
        HELP!! i am making this bubble bath, BUT it doesnt say how to store it or how much to add to bath or anything, can someone give me specifics?
      1. JenaBoo's Avatar
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!
      1. Liss's Avatar
        Quote Originally Posted by JenaBoo View Post
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!

        Hmm.. what brand of Castile soap did you use?
      1. BellyJean's Avatar
        Quote Originally Posted by JenaBoo View Post
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!

        That's kind of strange, what brand Did you use? I make this with a couple times a year and It has always bubbled well for me.

        Do you have hard water or use a water softener? Maybe the chemicals in the water neutralize the bubbles?

        I used bottled Spring water when I made mine, not sure if that made a difference or not.
      1. Tashdan's Avatar
        Quote Originally Posted by JenaBoo View Post
        I tried the bubble bath recipe ,it did NOT work i now have a big container of milky liquid, followed recipe EXACTLY and got NO bubbles, NONE at ALL!!...
        ARRG!
        Also I noticed that no one asked, how long did you let it set? usually recipes containing multiple ingredients like this have a resting period of 24 hours or so.

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